All tickets for Coventry City’s game against Birmingham City on Saturday afternoon are sold-out!
All general admission tickets sold out earlier this week, with the final hospitality tickets snapped up in the last 24 hours, resulting in an expected attendance of over 30,000 at the Coventry Building Society Arena on Saturday for our final home league game of the campaign.
Tickets will NOT be available to buy on the day.
The Sky Blues are emphasising to fans key advice ahead of the game:
- Plan your journey
- Arrive at the Arena early, no later than 2:30pm
- Have your ticket ready to scan on entry
External food and drink outlets open from 12pm, with turnstiles and concourse food/drink open from 1pm.
Fans are also reminded not to go on the pitch at all, before, during or after the game – with the Sky Blues squad and staff planning to thank fans for their support during the campaign at the end of the match. If fans are on the pitch, this will not happen – while the pitch must also be protected as the Sky Blues push for a play-off place.
Entering the pitch is a criminal offence. Fans who do so face police and court action, and multi-year ban from Coventry City home and away matches.
Coventry City Chief Executive Dave Boddy said:
“We are all looking forward to seeing the Arena packed on Saturday, as the Sky Blue Army turns out in force to support Mark Robins and the team as they push for a play-off place
“With an attendance of over 30,000 expected, it is crucial that fans plan their journey and arrive early. If you’ve been leaving and arriving at the same time all season, make sure you give yourself extra time tomorrow.
“Also, having your ticket ready to scan as you enter the Arena will also help speed things up and help the Arena and the stewards get everyone in ahead of kick-off.
“If everyone turns up after 2:30pm then that would not happen, so please allow that extra time on Saturday and turn up early.”
“We are also emphasising our message to stay off the pitch.
“The players and staff want to thank fans at the end of the game for their support, and we want to protect the pitch with the possibility of us being in the play-offs.
“If you go on the pitch you face police and court action plus a multi-year Club ban – simply, do not go on the pitch.”